Since Agile and in particular Scrum become popular buzzwords in the software development and IT, there is more pressure from the "business" (represented by the users, non-technical project managers or
Keeping IT jobs in the US is not just patriotic, politically correct and charitable - it makes good business sense.
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Any environment, even the most open one, makes some choices easier to make than others, thus nudging users to make a particular outcome but not really enforcing it.
Do you know what your product does? What about software you use every day - for development, communication, distribution, etc.?
Are you sure?
Hundreds of thousands of Texans have recently received a letter from the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts informing them that the State has negligently exposed their personal information, includin
For the average person the skills one has largely determines his or her place in life - both in terms of income stream and material wealth, and in terms of social connections and overall happiness.
I recently had a very interesting conversation with a Houstonian about food in general, and an all-raw-veg
Face-to-face is always better than by phone or email, but not all face-to-face time is equally valuable over project lifetime.
Internet fraud has successfully evolved into a sophisticated business venture operating on both sides of the law.
I have been going through much .Net framework documentation on MSDN site lately.
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